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  1. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    Unless it’s an LA show. They wear those stretch acid washed jeans to court and funerals.
  2. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    The porno shirts, styling, and clothes make him look like such a creeper. If I saw him on a train, I’d get get off it on the next stop even if it was twenty blocks of walking in sleet.
  3. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    Don’t know if I shared this before, but the xmas tree from last year with top hat and ornament. I’d love a GnR menorah for tonight but alas, nothing on their site for my people (my housemate celebrates xmas, and I love decorating for it). Happy Hanukkah to those celebrating! Huh, I don’t know why that posted as a reply. Sorry!
  4. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    I just want to give Axl a few recs for deep conditioning treatments.
  5. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    Signed up with PayPal. Easy peasy. Felt I had to contribute after the lovely ass pics of Axl. Is that a thread? There needs to be a thread of Axl ass pics. Anyway, I read a lot but don't post a lot, but need to thank y'all for the entertainment. And the porn.
  6. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    I love playing internet doctor almost as much as I love playing internet lawyer. But where I really shine is internet astrophysics. No one can beat me at that.
  7. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    How long did Axl sit in that Grohl throne? I can't remember. And even then he could travel with the foot up. Backs are tricky fuckers. Sitting is the worst. I guess Adler could lay flat on his back and they could hang a kit over him like a chandelier if he gets sore. That'd be worth the ticket price. Either way, I'm speculating for sure.
  8. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    Adler had the surgery when he was 50 or so, right? Healing is harder when you're older. It's not just sitting behind the kit, it's the travel that hurts. Hours sitting in planes and cars just hurt.
  9. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    I was gonna go with moobs, but I'm new here and don't want to get run off.
  10. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    Ugly Hat Beta bike shorts
  11. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    Cop in riot gear Intelligent model Paradise City Whistle
  12. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    I think Kurt's reasoning was along the line of Iggy's. But given the misogyny of GnR, I don't think they'd agree.
  13. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    I think I'm having a different conversation, or misunderstanding everyone. The point I'm making in regards to Axl's aesthetic is that it's influenced by his heroes. Elton John and Freddie Mercury specifically were flamboyant and fashionable in different ways. That they were/are gay has nothing to do with Axl's sexuality. By the time Axl was in little shorts, Kurt Cobain was wearing dresses on stage. Both Elvis and James Brown were considered flamboyant in the late 50s early 60s,and embraced that. Whether 70s glam was popular in America (I agree, it was part of a subculture) isn't relevant to my point, which is that Axl was aware of it and leaned heavily on it, both as a subversion, and that he was comfortable in it. The kind of dudebro that would call that out as being unmasculine is the person not comfortable and secure in his sexuality and sexiness. Axl was comfortable in his sexuality. I'm not sure anymore if he's aware of his own sexiness.
  14. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    70s were the height of glam! Bowie, TRex, Slade...see Velvet Goldmine! Excellent movie about 70s glam. Prince was another artist who was flamboyantly glam and unapologetically heterosexual as well. Sexy Motherfucker. I think Axl was most comfortable mostly naked at that time. The layers of clothing now have more to do with his weight, trying to cover it, and it isn't really who he is.
  15. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    I think I'm being misunderstood. In talking about Axl's sense of style, whether consciously or not, he emulates Mercury, the New York Dolls, Bowie, and the glam scene in general. It's subversive and sexy to bend gender styles. And you can't not wrap yourself in gay style anyway, since it's gay men who design the vast majority of clothing. None of this is to say that Axl is gay, because I don't know that. I believe sexuality is pretty fluid. I believe that given how much of an influence Mercury had on Axl, of course we'd see Axl emulating his style. Theatrics make for a great front man, and both Mercury and Axl were/are great front men. Axl took what Mercury did and made it his own. Axl was a better dancer, though.